Bosses shouldn't be afraid to sack people

05/6/2013 | Three Star Leadership blog · OPEN Forum blogs

One of a leader's most important jobs is to fire people who aren't pulling their weight or adapting to the corporate culture, writes Vivian Giang. But such action should only be taken after the problems are documented, Wally Bock writes. "You have to be able to fire people, but it should never be easy or automatic," he argues.

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